Ontario writer, Siobhan Searle, was born in Richmond Hill, Ontario, but later moved to the country where she developed a love for nature and all the creatures in it. This led Siobhan to study veterinary technology and work at various veterinarian clinics, as well as the Kingston SPCA, before turning her attention towards nursing. It wasn’t until Siobhan was home on maternity leave that she decided to try her hand at writing and fulfil a life-long dream of becoming a fiction writer.
Siobhan loves to captivate her readers with thrills, chills, and laughs. Inspired by everyday life, she writes a wide range of material from blogs, health & wellness articles, essays, children’s literature, and novels. Now with two supernatural/paranormal mystery novels under her belt, as well as a collection of short stories and freelance work, Siobhan continues to weave twisted webs for her characters to be caught in while raising her two children and pursuing a new career path in fitness.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Dracula, Jane Eyre, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Secret Garden, and Sense and Sensibility.
They were all masterly written and while reading them it was as if I was apart of the story.
What do you read for pleasure?
I enjoy a lot of different genres - mystery, adventure, horror, gothic - but love basic fantasy the most.
A chilling collection of short stories by paranormal mystery author, Siobhan Searle. Including the winning entry of the CadmusUK contest, Three Meals a Day, 365 Days a Year and excerpts from her novel, Tempest Of Dreams.